Promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights globally

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Sexual and reproductive health and rights in the era of COVID-19

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South Asia regional issue on sexual and reproductive health and rights

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Self-care interventions and rights-based access

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A guide to rights-based knowledge creation in SRHR

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FUNDRAISING: SRHM needs your support

For 30 years, SRHM has promoted sexual and reproductive health and rights globally. We are currently finalizing an exciting new strategic plan for the next 5 years. But timing is not on our side, and this is why we need your help. Please support SRHM with a donation today.

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NEW: The SRHM 2021 Annual Report is now available

The past year continued to bring enormous challenges – from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to crises in Afghanistan and Ukraine. These events highlighted how vulnerable SRHR can be. Our annual report shows how we continued our work to advance rights- and evidence-based knowledge creation, advocacy and capacity building.

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LATEST EPISODE: Pleasure matters – shining a light on pleasure as a core element of SRHR

In this episode, four experts discuss the importance of pleasure for health and wellbeing and how it connects to family planning and contraception. The podcast is available on all major channels including Apple Podcast and Spotify.

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NEW: A guide to rights-based knowledge creation in sexual and reproductive health

We are pleased to share our introductory guide to rights-based knowledge creation in SRHR, written by B. Subha Sri. It is meant to provide an introduction for researchers, practitioners and activists on how to use a human rights-based approach to knowledge creation in the area of sexual and reproductive health.

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LATEST BLOG: Sex tech for sexual health, rights and justice: findings from the first public interest sex tech hackathon

In this recent blog, Zahra StardustKath Albury and Jenny Kennedy summarize the findings from the first public interest sex tech hackathon. The Hackathon brought together designers, technologists and communities to workshop how sexual technologies can be designed and governed in ways that prioritise public interest benefit.

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SRHM Latest Publications

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Digital self-care for improved access to family planning and reproductive health services among adolescents in Rwanda: preliminary findings from a pilot study of CyberRwanda

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Experiences of COVID-19 among Chinese-speaking lesbian, gay and bisexual people in Hong Kong: an inductive thematic analysis of survey response data

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Deterministic, not tokenistic: placing women's demands at the centre of health policies and programmes

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Understanding discrimination against LGBTQIA+ patients in Indian hospitals using a human rights perspective: an exploratory qualitative study

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Medical abortion through telehealth in India: a critical perspective

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Examining access to sexual and reproductive health services and information for young women with disabilities in Senegal: a qualitative study

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SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND RIGHTS IN THE ERA OF COVID-19

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